If you want to create a delegation, take a look here. The MyCrypNet access delegation provides a way to share accesses with other users by creating a layer 3 network equivalent between these users.
From the administrator side
The key and certificate, that were regenerated for the delegated user, are not accessible by the administrator anymore. On the access management interface, the administrator cannot put anymore the two-factor authentication on this access. On this interface, the administrator still is able to rename the access. On this interface, the administrator can remove the delegation. On the “Your apps” page, the name of delegated user is visible (or “anonymous” if the delegated user did not specify a name on his or her profile).
Remove the delegation
On the access management interface, administrator side, click on “Remove the access delegation”, then, click on “Do you really want to cancel the delegation ?”. Click on “Next”. The access will be regenerated. Once the progression bar is over, the following message appears: “The delegation is removed”
From the delegated side
On the “Your apps” page, the button “Go to your delegated apps” is visible. Click on this button. The access is visible, with its key and certificate. The name of the access administrator is also visible (or “anonymous”, if the administrator did not specify any name on his/her profile). The two-factor authentication can be set on this access. See How to set the 2 factor authentication on MyCrypNet.
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